Delivering state-of-the-art facilities that rise to the challenge of the increasingly complex needs of patients and healthcare providers is the true embodiment of XL’s purpose to “Build to Improve Lives.”
Supporting the Evolution of Healthcare
Our healthcare systems are evolving rapidly, particularly in the wake of COVID. As service providers look to evolve their practices to better support patient and caregiver needs, our team provides the expertise to support their evolution by focusing on what’s most important: improving patient outcomes. From medical office buildings to ground-up behavioral health facilities, our team has delivered state-of-the-art solutions for some of the most prominent medical systems in California, including Kaiser Permanente, UC Davis, and UCSF.
- Medical office buildings
- Medical research facilities
- Oncology facilities
- IVF facilities
- Specialty imaging centers
- Acute care facilities
- Emergency department facilities
- Assisted living, skilled nursing, and senior housing
- Rehabilitation hospitals
- Behavioral health facilities
- Utility system upgrades
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El Camino Hospital Taube Pavilion and Scrivner Center for Mental Health & Addiction Services
New two-story, 56,000 s.f. pursuing LEED Gold OSHPD I behavioral health facility dedicated to children through older adults.
Adventist Health St. Helena Hospital Hybrid OR & Cath Lab
XL completed the renovation of a new Hybrid Operation Room and Cardiac Catheterization Lab.
Kaiser Permanente Berkeley MOB TI
A new three-story, 60,000 s.f. cold shell medical office building in downtown Berkeley, providing spaces for 40 varied outpatient providers.
Kaiser Permanente Sacramento Medical Surgical Expansion
XL Construction built out 14,700 s.f. of existing shell space on the second floor of a five-story acute care patient tower.
UCSF Hospital Medicine Moffitt-Long Nursing Station
Complex remodel of four floors totaling 90,000 s.f in an occupied hospital in a high-density urban setting.
UC Davis Health Medical Group Midtown Clinic
An interior demolition and tenant improvement of a three-story, 100,000 s.f. medical office building that consolidates previously separate clinics.
Kaiser Permanente G Street Behavioral Health
Demolition and tenant improvement on the fourth and fifth floors of an existing seven story building.
John Muir Health MOB & Core Lab
New two-story 57,000 s.f. structural steel frame and concrete tilt-up structure with 3.8 acres of site development with design-build partner HPS.